Victoria has recorded no new COVID-19 cases for the fourth consecutive day as the number of active cases has decreased.
Health Minister Martin Foley said there are 38 active cases in Victoria, 11 fewer cases than Monday.
Two Victorians are receiving treatment in hospital for coronavirus.
There are no active COVID-19 cases in regional Victoria.
The 14-day statewide average number of new cases is 1.9.
Victoria's number of days without a new coronavirus case now stands at four.
The Department of Health and Human Services released the number of cases in the last 24 hours this morning, also saying there have also been no coronavirus deaths overnight.
It leaves the 14-day metropolitan Melbourne average at 1.9. In regional Victoria the 14-day average is still at zero.
There are no mystery cases in regional Victoria. In the last 14 days metropolitan Melbourne has two cases with an unknown source.
Yesterday, DHHS recorded there were 49 active cases remaining in Victoria - all in metropolitan areas.
To date there have been a total of 20,345 COVID-19 cases in Victoria and 819 lives lost to the virus.
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